Beast of Bermuda’s Acrocanthosaurus (also known as Acro) is one of the toughest dinos in the game. It’s slightly faster than the Icthyovenator, has the highest damage, health, and size of any carnivore in the game. It’s capable of hunting Apatosaurus and Parasaurolophus easily on its own, and it can inflict terrible bleed on its prey.
Although you can play this dinosaur solo, having a pack of friends will prove to be beneficial, as you will see in this article. We hope to provide you with some useful tips and tricks to survive at least a little bit easiers, possibly before even starting the Acro itself.
Newer Acro players should focus on survivability and speed skills while they’re growing. Once it is nearing adulthood, you can start putting skills into other areas like combat and ability improvements. Since Tyrannosaurus Rex can run faster, your Acro needs to be able to outrun it to survive! We recommend leveling “Intimidation Roar” after you put skills into Survival, Speed, and Combat. This will allow you to survive more easily.
One thing players overlook is that Acro has a fast metabolism, so you should always keep a lookout for food. It’s not a great idea to stay in one place for too long. Skilled players can fell even the largest of creatures like Tyrannosaurus Rex and Apatosaurus; as long as they’re unable to recover.
Stats & Negatives
Acrocanthosaurus has the highest health and size stat in-game. Don’t let this stat fool you, though. Even when the Acro has fully grown and developed the highest health and size, you can still die to Tyrannosaurus Rex or even a good group of Velociraptor players. It’s recommended to focus on speed first, and then survival.
The Acrocanthosaurus in Beasts of Bermuda has a very slight jump available. It’s only useful to prevent getting stuck in the terrain, like on rocks or small ledges. It costs a significant amount of stamina to use this jump, though! They are also weak to intense weather, have low resistance, and are the cause of some of the severe weather in-game (Apex/Tyrants are two other dinos that have this same feature).
Acrocanthosaurus & Bleeding
The bleeding status effect that the Acrocanthosaurus deals doesn’t exactly cause a target to bleed to death like other typical games. In Beasts of Bermuda, it prevents recovery without resting. You need to keep the pressure on your target to prevent them from hiding and healing up completely. It is most effective on larger and slower prey like Saichania. This effectively prevents them from healing in the middle of battle and undoing all the hard work you’ve put in up till that point.
Larger and slower prey are more likely to stand their ground. Having a pack of Acros helps here significantly. One or two players can tank the damage while others distract and keep up with intimidating roars and bleeds to bring down other player packs.
The Acrocanthosaurus is quite the incredible dinosaur to play in Beasts of Bermuda. If you are looking for a fun challenge, we recommend giving the Acrocanthosaurus a try. You might just enjoy it! Keep an eye out on our blog for more potential articles down the road!
Roar for More
There are many other dinosaurs that you can play in Beasts of Bermuda that are also just as interesting. In fact, there’s two specific dinos that we recommend – the Velociraptor (Velo) and Icthyovenator (Itchy). Read up about them!
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